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    November 3, 2012
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police respond to shots fire inned -- fired in this neighborhood. and what has many people camping out at this shopping center overnight. and scavenger hunt for some giant world series memorabilia. good morning. it's saturday november 3rd. it looks look a beautiful weekend out there. and let's get a look at your is
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it a morning forecast. good morning. how about a notable warmup in time for the weekend? we're waking up with high clouds and a little patchy fog this morning and the temperatures similar to slightly warmer outside our doors and this afternoon, four to eight degrees warmer than yesterday's highs. it may bring us some record heat and we'll take a look at those numbers for your neighborhood coming up. one person is in critical condition after a drive-by shooting that injured three others. it happened around 8:00 last night near the intersection of ivy drive and win mere avenue in the bellhaven neighborhood. we're live with more. >> reporter: the police were here at the scene up to an hour ago. they just reopened the street. this is windermere and ivy drive. and this is the site where four men were shot in front of this house in front of us. the police laid out evidence markers on the street and
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talked to witnesses. and they say that the four money were standing outside this home on ivy drive and neighbors heard ten to 20 shots fired. >> what we could piece together is that the folks were in front of a house here on ivy drive and windermere. and two vehicles drove by and it was somewhat of a drive-by shooting. >> reporter: all four adult males were taken to sanford medical center and were to in good condition. one stable, one is in critical condition. the police don't have a suspect description but witnesses reported seeing two black cars, a honda and acura heading northbound on ivy drive shortly after the shooting. the police don't know what the motive is, whether it was gang- related or not. but they're asking for the publike's help f you heard or saw anything, you're asked to give the police a call.
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it was also a violent night in san francisco's bay view district. a 20-year-old man was shot to death on kirkwood avenue last night. and no arrested made and that is still under investigation. some residents are trying to stop what they say is a wave of violence. residents walks the streets and talked about how crime is affecting them and what can be done to stop it. more than 100 people have been killed in oakland this year. and these walks are operation ceasefire and it's a program that has some success in other city. >> we want to demonstrate our love by being out here and being with them. >> and organizers say that part of the effort will focus on bringing together members of the african-american and latino communities. happening now, a micorsoft
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store grand opening is attracking quite a crowd. check out the people that camped out this morning. this is the village. most of them are kelly clarkson fans. she is going to be perform at that store this afternoon. and micorsoft is giving out special wrist bands to the first 100 people in line and they are going to get the chance to meet clarkson. >> i'm here for the meet and greet for kelly clarkson and the original american idol. that is so exciting. >> but the concert is a big bonus, absolutely. >> the next 2,000 people in line will get wrist bands to see clarkson's performance and that new store opens at 11:00. a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attacking and agent on october 10th. they say that the suspect,
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devon riley, punched and killed a munie agent that tried to stop him from bringing his bike on the train. an anonymous tip sister notified them of -- tipster notified them of his whereabouts. a man was struck and killed by a light rail train while walking on the tracks yesterday morning. it shut down service for about three hours during the busy morning commute. and the cameras will be used to watch for people walking on the tracks. they will be installed sometime next year. a memorial for a battalion chief who passed away on the job will be held today. the service for him will start at 10:30 at the hp pavilion in san jose. up to 2,000 people are expected to attend. he was investigating a fire last saturday when he lost consciousness and was taken to
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the hospital where he died. it was determined that he died of natural causes. he was 47 years old. president obama is conevening a meeting to help those states battered by super storm sandy. the president traveled to hard hit areas on wednesday and today's meeting at the white house includes top aides, the head of fema and by the telephone, the governors of new york, new jersey and connecticut. and in this morning's weekly addressed. the president pledged to help storm victims to rebuild no matter how long it takes. >> as president, i promise them this, your country be there for you for as long as it takes to recover and rebuild. >> following this morning's meeting, they will fan out to tour damaged areas to make sure that necessary resources shall being provided. that includes gasoline because there's a shortage. and the long lines for gas still visible in some states.
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new jersey is actually rationing gas. some people in new york cheered this morning when the lights came back on. the number of people without power drops from 2.6 million from a high of 8 million. the storm has left 175 people dead, including 106 in the united states. new york marathon will not be run tomorrow. mayor bloomberg canceled that race after mounting criticism. they claimed that the race would have drained resources that should be helping the recovery effort. >> my house is intact and i will not have power for a week or so and the resources should be used for the people around here. >> we are very angry we spent thousands of dollars to bring
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our families here. when you talk about one runner. they usually have a support group so that includes two, three many my case seven people flew here. >> there will not be another new york city marathon till next year. giant fans have a chance to win some world series prices in a scavenger hunt this morning. they are hiding specialty made bats in san francisco. and if you find one, you win. they'll post clues on the facebook page and twitter handle starting at 9:00. the first bat will be hidden at at and t park. -- at at&t park. if you're one of the first 250 people to buy giants gear when the store opens today, pa
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pagone will sign your bat for you. and we're basking the warm weather headed our way. we may be near 90 by monday or tuesday early november. but we have some rain earlier in the week so we're actually if good shape. we're looking at temperatures this morning similar to yesterday. over the north bay warmer. what a beautiful shot over the bay. we've got half hour till the official sunrise. but you can see that the sky is lightening. and high clouds around the region in morning and a little bit of patchy fog, not as extensive as yesterday morning. calm conditions outside our door and our temperatures right now 53 in napa, 50 in santa rosa and livermore, widespread low 50s around the bay. partly to mostly sunny skies for the second half of your afternoon.
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the satellite and radar, this is a weak one and brings us the high clouds. and a little rain you can see over the northwest corner over california and it is starting to fizzle out. but that will be about it. for the morning hours, we'll would be the high clouds and 1:00, 2:00, it looks like it clears out good. and the second half of the afternoon, we'll have mostly sunny skies. in a nutshell, we have a mild day in store, warmer than yesterday by several degrees. and temperatures mid-60s at the coast to mid-70s inland. take a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood. mid-70s in nevada and 70 in richmond. 71 in oakland, mid-70s in danville and 74 in livermore. 73 in san jose, a nice day for perhaps getting outdoors and having some fun. 72 in redwood city and 70 san
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mateo, 67 in half moon bay. and the extended forecast shows you a warmer day for sunday. remember, we fall back into the overnight hours tonight and into tomorrow morning. we gain an hour of sleep as we waking up tomorrow morning mostly sunny skies and the temperatures well above normal at this point. as we get into monday and tuesday, we're looking at low to mid-80s in the forecast with some of the hottest spots flirting with the 90-degree mark by wednesday and partly cloudy skies and cooling it back and we have the possibility of rain coming a little later in the week. coming up, i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers. amateur crabbers will be outsetting their traps this morning. people that crab for fun can go out and try to catch them. they get a head start on commercial crabber that's don't get start for another 12 days.
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the sports crabbing season ends june 30th. and how the presidential candidates are polling in some key swing states. how the governor of new jersey hopes to stop the madness. it's still dark outside on this saturday morning. we're getting word of a crash on the northbound high street offramp, a black escalade and black town car coming together. keep an eye out for that if you're heading out the door. 7:12. you're watching mornings on 2 mom, nancy.
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they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight.
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cloudy and temperatures holing in the upper 40s to low 50s. five women are recovering from first and second degree
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burns from a kitchen fire at a call state los angeles do. and the fire happened around 8:00 last night off the school's campus on east dobb street. three of the women burned were students and the other two women were visiting the dorm. firefighters say it appears that cooking oil on a stove started the fire. it's the final weekend before next tuesday's presidential election and both president obama and mitt romney are crisscrossing the country to get the vote out. the president will campaign in ohio, wisconsin and virginia. they are aimed at drawing big crowds. bill clinton is campaigning for him and bruce springsteen and jay-z. there was political star power with romney during a stop in ohio. he was joined by his wife, paul
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ryan and former mayor rudy giuliani. >> accomplishing real change is not something that i just talk about. it's something that i've done. it's what i'm going to do whether i'm president of the united states with your help. romney promised to cut spend and he warnings there could be another government shut down if president obama is re-elected. we want to give you a look at some key battleground states. we have nevada, colorado, iowa, michigan, ohio, new hampshire, and virginia, eight swing states. and according to the latest polls, take a look at the numbers. in these states, the president hold a four point lead over mitt romney. and those are five out of eight states. you can see some of the numbers. nevada is 45 to 55% and similar number across the board there. but in colorado, there are two
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dualing poll there's. one bit public policy of poll gives romney a lead and roiders has it closer within a point. and there are the two states that are clearly too close to call right now. you have florida and ohio. look at that obama is wing by only 2% in florida and ohio they are also just 2% apart. the federal government is buying gasoline to get fuel super storm sandy victims. the obama administration ordered 12 million gallons of unleaded fuel and 10 million gallons of diesel. tanker trucks will take the fuel to gas stations in new york, new jersey and other storm stricken areas. it is a welcome news for the thousands that are trying to leave. >> i'm getting out of the city. the city accident love me. i've been here my whole life. there's nothing. the ocean tore through my house and i lost everything i known 27 years and i'm five years
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living in the streets. >> gas supply dropped when super storm sandy flooded pipeline equipment. new jersey governor has ordered gas rationing to cut down on lines at gas stations. it's called odd even rationing. vehicles with license plates that end in even number cans only fill up on even numbered days of the month. odd number and specialized plates can go on the odd days. the plan is expected to work since only gas station worker cans pump gas in new jersey. have you noticed that you are taking a lot less at the pump. bay area prices hit record levels a few weeks ago and now they've dropped 60 cents. >> typically i spend maybe $40 a day on gas. i've noticed it wept down and
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give -- it went down and given me a little room to breathe. >> he has to cover the cost of the gas for his pizza delivery job. aaa expects the prices to continue to drop. chevron said that the oil refinery in richmond shall be fully operational early next year. the fire greatly reduced chevron's capacity and contributed to a fire on the west coast. and some car owners could be getting a refund after and investigation by. epa that 800,000 vehicles overstated their gas mileage of
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the 2011 and 2013 hyundai and kia support taj -- sportage and rio could it result in millions of dollars in payments to car owners but it could also result in sanctions from the u.s. government. when a man stopped to videotape his son, he caught a amtrak train slam into a utility truck. the man rushed over to the scene and he thought that the two men inside the truck would be dead but instead they survived with hardly a scratch. >> he got out of the truck and i said are you all right. he said i'm fine. i said dude, you're the luckiest man alive right now. >> wow! that train was blaring the horn, the truck driver told the
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police that he did not notice the train coming. mark mcgire will become a division rival to the world champion san francisco giants. he reportedly accepted and offer for the los angeles dodgers. he wants to work closer to his family that lives in orange county. raider fans should be smileing this morning. the raiders have sold enough tickets to allow the fans to watch the game at home. it gave the raiders an extra day to sell more tickets to avoid the local blackout. you can watch the game right here at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow followed by the point after. a mountain lion spot in the east bay. where the residents actually saw it. >> and cracking done on taggers. you don't oakland officials want to toughen laws and they will go after the parents of underage vandals. we're on the way to a nice
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weekend. i'll have what you can expect for your area coming up.
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the city of oak lapped is considering a plan to strengthen graffiti laws to help businesses that are repeatedly target by taggers. a proposal and city attorney would make graffiti vandalism a misdemeanor rear than an infraction and make parents of underage graffiti vandals liable for damages. the city of san mateo may put restrictions on noisy leaf blowers. they're considering three options, ban them all together,
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ban them louder than 65 december bells or boost enforcement of the current rule that bans them on sundays and holidays and man dates low speed use only. the change cost the city to 150 to $200,000 a year. let's head over to rosemary. we have a gorgeous weekend. but the iran you tacked about makes me nervous. it is that time of year and we do welcome the rain, especially after the dry winter last year. we should be able to enjoy this sunshine without any guilt. we got temperatures this morning in the upper 40s to low 50s. so a school start. high clouds will be thenning out and that is what -- thinning out and that is what we're waking up with this morning. for the afternoon, thinning out more sunshine in the forecast and widespread 60s for the lunch hour. and 76 in santa rosa.
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and 69 in san francisco. for most of us, four to eight degrees above where we saw or felt yesterday. 74 in morgan till and 74 in santa cruz. your temperatures will continue to warm. as we get into -- this has not been updated. but we're looking at warm weather into monday and election day looks good. it's a holiday tradition, choosing the capital christmas tree. and this one comes from the white national forest in colorado. it will go on a ten city tour before arriving in washington d.c. >> it's a big honor. it's amazing of all the trees on the white river forest for them to pick one on our permitted area is great. the popular beer company is tap something resources and pouring in to help the victims of hurricane sandy. four people shot outside a
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home in the peninsula. one person critically injured. and what we learned about the people involved and the search for the gunman. and with days to go before election day, an investigation launched into ballot tampering in oregon. what the employees are accused of doing.
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four people shot and within critically. the search is on for the gunman. good morning. the shooting happened just after 8:00 as a group of people were standing outside a home. we're live there at the scene this morning with what the police are saying about the vehicles involved. >> reporter: the people that live in the area near windermere and ivy said they told the police they heard ten to 20 shots fired. the police found four men had been struck by the gunfire. they were standing in the yard of this home. the police laid out evidence markers and launched and overnight investigation into the shooting. we have the street closed till 6:00 this morning. they talked to several neighbors and witnesses at the scene. the police commander said that the shooting appears to have been a drive by. the victims were among several people standing in the yard when if happened. >> we don't know the motive for the shooting or what the issue
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was that fronted the shooting. >> reporter: the four victims were taken to sanford hospital. two in good condition, one stable and one man in critical condition. they don't have a suspect description. but witnesses saw two black cars driving away from the scene after the shooting, a black honda and acura heading northbound on ivy. the police are asking for the public's help. anyone that may have seen or heard what happened or anything related to the shooting last night should give them a call. a san jose police department is investigating a shooting overnight. they say that the man with gunshot wound was taken to good samaritan hospital where he later died from his injuries. a jury is still struggling to reach a verdict in the trial of a san jose principal with failing to report charges of child abuse by a teacher. the prosecutors said that the
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principal did not contact the police after a student complained that a teacher blindfold her and touched her and put objects in her mouth. the teacher said that he was trying to teach her about helen keller. >> the principal is accountable, not to listen to anybody else's opinion. >> a civil lawsuit has been filed again the district on behalf of the child's family. public safety officers are searching for a man they say assaulted a female student on the stanford campus. she was running tuesday night and was able to flag down a passing drive for help after the assault. anyone with information is asked to contact the stanford
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department of public safety. i'm voting for anyone on the ballot but christina. >> that is ivory madison the woman that videotaped the bruce that helped convict her of domestic violence charges. >> she thinks it's okay to abuse your wife and still one a major law enforcement agency. >>i think the bigger agenda is really about rolling back a lot of the advances that we've made in the city. >> the ad is produced by ss women for accountability. there are more registered voters in california than there ever have been before.
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the secretary of state's office said there are 18.2 million registered voters and 950,000 have signed up since the last presidential election. and the state's new on line voter registration system played a big part in the recent increase. there are fewer registered republicans in california. that number has dropped to 29.3%. and other voter wars listed as republican in 2008. this appears to be the lowest number of registered republicans in california since records have been kept. they are encouraging 70,000 people who vote by mail to hand deliver their ballots before dropping them in the mailbox. ballots must be received by 8:00 p.m. on tuesday. the county said it has issued nearly 122,000 vote by mail ballots only receives about 50,000. people can drop off the ballots today monday, or tuesday. there are serious
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allegations of voter fraud in oregon a few days before the election. they say that a woman that lived in the election's coves is accused of tampering the office there. >> we're working to make sure that this person is held accountable and that she's prosecuted to the fullest extent. >> secretary of state said this is a first for oregon. she would not say how many ballots may have been altered but that this is now a criminal investigation. state officials have released a map of areas that are most vulnerable to an earthquake. the map shows a 30-mile section of the county where the soil could liquefy in a large quake. they hope to use the map on making decisions on construction projects.
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a magnitude 5.5 aftershock hill hit the philippines after a quake. there are no reported injuries or damage from the quake. the quake did not trigger a tsunami warning. and the philippines is located in the pacific ring of fire where earthquakes are quite common. as super storm sandy effort continues, staten island people said they are feeling ignored and forgotten. we're live in staten island where more than 20 people were killed in the storm. >> reporter: i can tell that you about 169 death so far that hurricane sandy is responsible for and 20 here in staten island. there's not a single home in the neighborhood that has not been completely ravaged by hurricane sandy's storm surge. and residents and town leaders say that aid had been slow to
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come and they're fed up with the federal government and the american red cross. the homeland security secretary did tour the area yesterday with fema and is promising resources. and new york governor promising a hundred million dollars to hurricane sandy victims and announceing that he's setting up temporary fueling stations, something that has not been done before. but residents say that they need food and they need water and they need blankets and they need information. i'm joined by tony, a staten island resident. tell me what it is that you've been going through. you said that you were foolish enough to the to evacuate and you're cold. >> we're cold. no heat and no hot water. we no the use our bathrooms. our generator was submerged in
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water. my neighbors lost a lot more than i have. it was really upsetting me and i can't get fema. they tell me go on line look, make phone calls. i have no phone service. i have nothing. okay. and i've been chasing fema for two days. >> reporter: i don't know if i'll have gas tomorrow. it upsets me, why don't you come into the neighborhood with paper and information and tell people where they're going to be. >> reporter: in the last hour or so, we saw the national guard coming in. so they have boots on the ground. and volunteers from new york, manhattan has been helping out. how does that make you feel? >> reporter: it makes me feel better. i didn't know that we had verizon down here. you're broadcasting it but we
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need people to help us. piping hot meals prepared by our partner southern paptivity and loaded on red cross trucks. but the problem is a lot of people are not able to even charge their cell phones so you have to rely on old forms of communication. >> yes, friends of friends and turning into information and trying to get information for us. we have nothing. i'm supposed to report to work yesterday, bloomberg told everyone if they don't get come you're not going get paid. my home is more important. how do you this to people. we don't know if we're going to pay you or not. i don't know if my husband as a job. it's up setting and it's up set what he's doing to the city. help us out. come down and see for yourself what we're living in. it's been horrible. and i'm the lucky one. some people have been stuck up in their bedrooms for three
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days. we need help. we need help. >> reporter: thank you very much g luck to you. -- much. good luck to you. >> that is difficult to see what they're going through. thank you for that report from staten island this morning. beer maker anheuser-busch is helping people. they're putting fresh drinking water in cans. some cases are on the way to distribution seniors to new york and new jersey since 1988. the company has donated more than 71 million cans of emergency drinking water following natural disasters. 7:40. don't forget about the clocks. we'll talk about that a little later. you need to turn them back. how are we looking this morning? >> high clouds and a little patchy fog. nothing like yesterday morning. the patches will burn off fairly quickly and we're giving you a live look over the
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oakland area. we have a little low cloud deck out there. and the high clouds will pass over and the low clouds will burn away and we have temperatures warming well above what we felt on friday. high clouds and patchy fog and in the afternoon, the temperatures will be above average for this time of year and sunday looks to be warmer. and monday and tuesday, some of our areas could actually be setting new records. giving you a look at the satellite and radar, the high clouds brought on by a weak front that is only bringing in a few scattered showers to the northwest corner of california. and it's fizzling out as it move as shore. behind it, a ridge of high pressure will build in from the pacific and that will bring us the warmup. looking at all the cloud cover, sunshine light and then clearing out. and the sun officially rising by 6:38. over the north bay, the numbers
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are warmer by several degrees over yesterday's numbers at this point. so still a cool start in some spots. if you have an early morning soccer game for the children, bring that extra layer for the next couple hours and we'll be pretty good into the 10:00 our and noontime. 71 in the east bay. mid-70s walnut creek. and san jose 73. 73 in saint at a clair san -- santa clara. 69 in san francisco, mid-to upper 60s expected pacifica and half moon bay. the extended forecast, the warming trend will continue as mike mentioned. we are going to change our clocks back in the overnight
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hours. so don't forget to fall back and get an extra hour's sleep. monday the temperatures warm to the low and mid-80s. we could warm into the mid- to upper 80s. so we'll track that for you election day. partly cloudy skies on wednesday and bigger changes coming by thursday and friday. possibility of some rain will be back into the forecast. if you are traveling to the sierra for your weekend, i'll have a look at that forecast coming up. a man behind bars for animal cruelty. what he allegedly did to a ten- month-old puppy on the golden gate bridge that had people calling the police. and there's a report of a new accident on interstate 880 on the 66th avenue offramp. two lanes blocked. time 7:43. you're watching mornings on 2
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a beautiful shot there. a mix of sunshine and clouds. daytime highs will be climbing to above normal for the afternoon. a man from summerville is accused of animal abuse. he is accused of kicking and dragging a ten-month-old ten- month-old puppy and is charged with felony animal cruelty. officers say this woman was
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hit thursday afternoon by a driver entering a mcdonald's park and the driver stopped and spoke to the woman but left before the officers arrived. the woman was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. two different teachers say this two different teachers molested her 17 years ago. she filed a lawsuit against the school district in september. this week, the district filed the response accusing her of playing a role in her even abuse. >> i kept reading the words over and over again that i was negligence and partially responsible. >> superintendent said that the district empathized with her but could not waive any potential avenues of defense. school districts are planning for new standardized tests. the switch will give them a chance to slow down and have
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high levels of zucks with students about what they're learning. the district had previously used star assessments to measure students' progress. about 400 educators attended the summit to learn more about the new standard. a new poll shows that support for the governor's new tax measure has dropped. it is droped from 51 to 48% in favor. >> we're talking about 11 fewer days to go ahead and teach the math, the science and the reading. it's important for our students. >> my biggest concern is giving more money to the senators and having them just spend it away. >> prop 30 would raise the state's sale tax and income tax on californians making $250,000 or more. sports of a measure that would require genetically modified foods to be labeled
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will hold several rallies today in the bay area. supporters said that consumers should be able to choose whether to eat the foods. and opponents say their safe to eat so additional labeling should not be required. they say, if so, the cost will be passed on to the consumer. groundbreaking ceremonies was held for a new food coto the area. and there are plans for other stores to be built in the same shopping center. the california health department is warning people not to eat bulk house farms carrot chips because they could be contaminated to salmonella. they're voluntarily recalling 16-ounce bags of carrot chips with the best if used by dates
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of november 12th and 13th. but 100 cases were shipped to retail company across the united states. the meningitis outbreak linked to steroid shots continues to grow. more than 400 people have been infected and 29 people have died. the ongoing outbreak of the fungal meningitis outbreak has been linked to three lots of the steroid infection made by a company in massachusetts. the shots were shipped to 23 states and up to 14,000 patients may have received the contaminated shots. nurses plan to picket today in support of nurses on a santa rosa hospital who are on a three day strike. nurses and the st. joseph's health system are at odds over
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pay and on call regulations. al almeda hospital will own the hospital under the agreement. the hospital is asking the city to contribute eye million dollars a year. sutter health currently owns the hospital. san francisco mission district was a wash in colorful flowers, candled and artwork for the celebration. it was to entice the mexican holiday that dates back centuries. they honor the departed. >> i love that people coming to the to make art in the name of love to create something beautiful. >> mexican holiday grew out of
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traditional aztec celebrations. it's recognized by roman catholics as well. the event starts at 9:00 a.m. at the oak hill funeral home in memorial park on kurtnear avenue. back in business just days after vandals torched a possible shoeshine stand, the owner is working again. who helped him get back on his feet? a notable warmup is in store for your bay area week. how much warmer we expect to be today over yesterday's highs.
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actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. city officials have removed -- after they said it encourages public drunkenness.
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they will pay $18,000 to remove the benches. the nhl has canceled one of the premier events, the winter classic will not be held this year that is a new year's game where the teams play outdoors. the the nhl had hoped to set and attendance error. the warriors will be in town tonight to take on the clippers. last night in their home opener, the warriors introduced the players by having them run across a replica of bay bridge. but that could not help them beat the grizzlies. there was an even bigger loss. brandon rush injured his left knee going on a dunk and he could be out for a while. he is going to undergo and mri
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today. >> a shoeshiner is back in business a week after someone burned down his business during the world series celebration. workers put the stand together on the corner of market and new montgomery in san francisco where he was worked for the last six years. >> it's a wonderful city. people just coming to the to help people. to be part of a community here is great. >> some rowdy base baseball fans set his stand on fire. let's go back over to rosemary for a check of this beautiful weekend that we have in store for us. good morning to you. mild weather in the forecast today. and eventually we'll be anywhere from ten to 15 degrees above the seasonable average. we're waking up with high clouds and temperatures a little cool. the wind are generally light out there. right now upper 40s to 50s in
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the region, 52 in oakland, low 50s in santa rosa and nap napa. we have a cool morning and that will give way to mostly sunny skies and mild conditions. 71 in oakland, 76 in santa rosa. 69 in san francisco if you're going to be outside today, enjoy some of the celebrations going on in the bay area, it will feel pretty good. mostly sunny skies in the sierra for the week as well. down into the 20s. and in the overnight hours, low 06s in the forecast for -- 60s in the forecast for the afternoon you see the warming trend just getting started. the temperatures in low 80s by sunday into monday and mid-80s and then we col down -- cool down slightly by election day. some people consider at the time best day of the year, daylight savings ends this weekend. and that means and extra our of
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sleep. i'm excited. fall back starts tomorrow morning at 2:00 a.m. and that means you'll need to turn back your clocks for one hour. when you reset the clocks it is recommended that you check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and change the batteries and make sure they're working correctly. >> you say that you are going to get and extra hours sleep. >> it's better than president bush ising forward. the newest micorsoft store in the bay area. but they're not looking to buy a thing. the reason they camped this overnight. a scavenger hunt for giants fans. the items to search for and what you can win. ♪
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good morning. it's saturday november 3rd. >> let's get over to rosemary and a check of your forecast. we have a warmer day on the way. santa rosa nine degrees warmer expected in your afternoon today and five degrees in san francisco, four in livermore, six in san jose. and four to eight agrees over most of the region. ty a look at your area and your current conditions in a moment. happening right now, a micorsoft store grand opening is attracting quite a crowd. check out the people camped out early this morning at the village. most of them are kelly clarkson fans. the "american idol" season 1 oner will be performing this afternoon. and micorsoft is i have going special wrist bands for the first 100 people in line for a chance to meet kelly clarkson. >> she's the original "american
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idol" and it's exciting. >> i'm excited to see what they have at micorsoft, absolutely. but the concert is a big bonus, absolutely. >> the next 2,000 people in line will get wrist bands to see clarkson people. and the storm will open at 11:00 a.m. one experience in critical condition after a drive-by shooting in men low park that injured three others. it happened around 8:00 last night on ivy drive and the windermere avenue. the victims were standing in front of a home and someone in a car opened fire. the suspects were last seen driving on ivy drive. >> there were two cars leaving the scene one a black acura and one a black honda. >> the police don't have a motive for the shooting. it was a violent night in san francisco's bay view district. a man was shot to death last night. the suspect was arrested and
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the circumstances of the shooting are still under investigation. officers said that a man with gunshot wounds was taken to good samaritan hospital around 1:30 and he died from his injuries. no other detail at this time -- no other details at this time. president obama convened a meeting to help those affected by hurricane sandy. he spoke by phone to the governors much new york, new jersey and connecticut. >> as president, i promise them this, your country will be there for you for as long as it takes to recover and to rebuild. >> following this morning's meeting, officials will fan out to tour the damaged areas and to make sure that he is in resources are being provided. another problem is the gas shortage. there are long lines for gas. look at this line. this is in some of the storm
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torn state of new jersey. they are rationing gas. 80% of subway service has been restored. and power companies said that the number of people without power that dropped to 2.6 million from a high of 8 million. victims are worried because it's been getting a bit cold are lately. it left 170 people dead worldwide. new york city marathon will not run tomorrow. the mayor canceled the race after mounting criticism. many that are still recovering super storm sandy were angry claiming that the race would drain resources that should be used to help with the recovery efforts. >>i think it's a good decision. i'm much better off than most people. i don't have a power. but my house is intact. but the resources that are used for the marathon should be used for people that are less fortunate. >> we're angry. we spent thousands of dollars
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for our family and hotel rooms and airline tickets. it's not just one runner, they usually have a support group. so that includes two, three four and in case seven people flew here. >> there will not be another new york city marathon still next year. beer make are anheuser- busch is helping those impacted by super storm sandy. they've putting fresh drinking water in millions of cans. some cases are on the way to distribution seniors in new york and new jersey the company has donated more than 71 million cans of emergency drinking water following natural disasters. five women are recover. >> from first and second degree burns from a kitchen fire at call state los angeles in one of the dorms. it happened around 8:00 last night. three of the women that were burned were students but the other two women were just visiting the dorm it does appear cooking oil on a stove
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started the fire. public safety officers are searching for a man they say assaulted a female student on the stanford campus. they say that he grabbed her while running on campus drive tuesday night. anyone with information on the case is asked to contact the stanford department public safety. some neighborhoods and residents are trying to stop what they call a wave of violence. they talked to people in the neighborhood how crime is affecting them and what can be done to stop it. more than 100 people have been killed in oakland this year. and the weekly walks are part of operation crease fire. the anti-violence program has had success in other cities. >> folks may look like perpetrators or instructs, we love those folks never the less and we want to demonstrate our love and being out here and welcome them. >> part of the effort will
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focus on bringing together members. african-american and latino communities. a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attacking a munie station agent in san francisco. investigators say that the suspect punched and killed a muny agent that stride to stop him from bringing his bike on a train. the police did arrive him at san francisco college after a tipster notified them. muny will install security cameras following yesterday death inside a tunnel. a man was struck and killed after he was walking on a train track. muny said that the new cameras will watch for people walking on the tracks and they will be installed sometime next year. amateur crabbers will be outsetting traps this morning. recreational crab season is now open in the bay area. people that crab for fun can
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get out and cia to cash them. they get a head start on the commercial crabbers that cannot start for another 12 days. it ends june 30th. we have a mild to warm weekend ahead. we have high clouds in the forecast, a bit of patchy fog out there. a low cloud deck not any further inland than right along the coastline. but partly cloudy skies and turning mostly sunny for the second half of the day. the satellite and radar have the high clouds streaming overahead. a few sprinkles reported over the north corner of california. and that is about it and the ridge of the high pressure is building our way and that will be clearing us out and warming us up. if you're just joining us, we may break a few records by
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monday. and this is a look at your forecast. high clouds and fill teared sunshine and then -- filtered sunshine and then a few clouds continuing to pass through and temperatures will be warming to average for the second half of the day. 48 degrees above what we felt yesterday afternoon and again we could actually see a few records by monday. monday looks to be the hottest day of this little warm spell that we'll see. 55 in san francisco. we're looking at 54 outside your door in oakland and upper 40s in fairfield and liver more. so a chill in the air for some of us. and we'll see the numbers turn around after the sun has been up for some time and we're looking good as we get into the 9:00 and 10:00 hour. between now and then, maybe and extra layer as you get out to the farmer's market.
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the numbers a few degrees above normal. mid-70s in danville and 73 in san jose and 73 in santa clara. we have the science festival going on at the at&t park today and it will be mild. 69 in san francisco, 66 in pacifica and upper 60s for half moon bay. and we fall back tonight and into tomorrow morning. so make sure that you set the clocks. 85 degrees will be the average on monday and then as we get into election day, the temperatures begin to slip a bit and then it becomes a little more interesting as we get into the second half of the week and the offshore flow returns and i system is dropping out of the gulf of alaska could bring us rain thursday and friday. if you're going to be out and about, i'll line up your lunchtime numbers coming up. giants fans have some a chance to win some world series
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prizes today. they will be hiding them around the neighborhood. in about 50 minutes the first bat will be hit den at at&t -- hidden in at&t park. gas prices are falling across the bay area. how much it dropped since reaching record levels just last month? and incredible pictures of a train slamming into a truck. why a father just happened to be taking video that have train moments before the crash. there's the golden gate bridge on this sunny morning. maybe a nice day to head over
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to the other side of the bridge. i'm just throwing it out there.
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they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight. good morning to you. a live look at partly sunny skies over oakland this morning. we got temperatures holding in the low to mid-50s. chevron said that the oil refinery in richmond should be fully operation nol by early next year. a fire in august badly damaged the unit and the fire greatly
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reduced the production capacity. the smoke sent hundreds of people to the hospital chaining of respiratory problems. have you noticed that you're paying a lot less at the pump? and now they're more than 60 cents cheaper. the prices dropped another three cents overnight and in san francisco it's 4.17 and in like land $4 and san jose it's down to 3.98. >> typically i spend maybe $40 a day on gas. i noticed it went down and gave me a little bit of room to breathe. >> that young man has to cost cost of gas for his pizza delivery job. he commutes between santa crews and san jose. sew pays attention to the prices. some car owner could get a
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refund after an investigation by the epa found after about 900,000 cars overstated their gas mileage. they found inflated gas mileage on 13 models of the 2011 and 2013 hyundai and kias. they say that the window sticker mileage was overstated on about one-third of the vehicles. it could result in millions of dollars of payments to car owners but also sanctions from the u.s. government. it is the final weekend before next tuesday's presidential election and president obama and mitt romney are crisscrossing the country to get out the vote today. the president will campaign in ohio, wisconsin, iowa and virginia. his supporters are planning a series of larger than usual events aimed at drawing big
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crowds. there was political star power with mitt romney during a stop in ohio. he was joined by his wife, paul ryan and former new york mayor rudy giuliani and house speaker john boehner. >> bringing real change is not something that i just talk about, it's something they've done and that is something i will do with your help. >> romney warns that there could be another government shut down if president obama is re-elected. voters in some parts of florida are waiting as long as four hours to cast their ballots early. this comes after governor scott reduced the window when early voted is allowed. we want to show you some of the key battleground states critical to both candidates.
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we have them highlight on the map for you. let's break down what is happen in the states. the polls giving the president at least a four point lead over mitt romney in at least five states. you can see nevada and new hampshire giving president obama a six point lead, virginia and michigans have mitt romney trailing by five. iowa voters have it narrowed to a four point margin n colorado it's a little harder to track because there are two dualing polls there. and then there are two states that are just too close to call, florida and ohio. they have president obama winning but only by 2%.
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the department of defense is setting up emergency mobile fuel stations to give out free gas around the new york metro area. new york governor said that 8 million gallons of gas has been delivered in new york and another 28 million is on the way. new jersey governor chris christie has ordered gas rationing to cut down on lines at the gas stations. it's called odd even rationing. vehicles with license plates that end in even number cans only fill up on even numbered days of the month. odd numbers and specialized plates go on the odd days. it's expected to work since only gas station workers can pump gas in new jersey. i man stopped to video a passing train for his four-year- old son he never inspected what would happen next. the camera phone caught the train slamming into a utility truck on to the railroad track.
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theamateur -- the amateur rushed to the two men inside. and they survived with hardly a scratch. >> he got out of the truck and i said are you all right. he said i'm fine. i said dude, you're the luckiest man alive right now. >> although the train was blaring its horn, the truck driver said that he did not notice that the train was woman -- coming. and there's a policy on the table to limit how loud your leaf blower can get. and i'll have your forecast for the bay area coming up.
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a mountain lion is roaming around the brentwood area. someone spotted the big cat on thursday. there's no record on any other sights in the area.
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there may be restrictions on noisy leaf blowers, their considering three options, ban them alling to, ban leaf blowers lode you are than 65- decibels or boost enforcement of the current rules. the change was cost the city 150 to $200,000 a year. it is a holiday tradition, choosing the capital christmas tree. and this year's tree comes from the white forest in colorado. it will go on a ten city tour before it arrives in washington d.c. >> it's a big honor. all of the trees in the white river national forest for them to pick one on our permitted area. >> tree is scheduled to be lit in early december. christmas is coming next month. i was asking when you was thanksgiving. and it's three week as way. >> it's coming. >> sooner than later.
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>> right. the temperatures will be running warm for the first half. we received rain earlier in the week. we have rain in the forecast late next week. and let's enjoy the sunshine and the warmer weather on tap for your week. we have a little patchy fog and cool conditions, upper 40s to 50s right now. but we'll be feeling good-bye good noontime. and the numbers several degrees above yesterday's highs. 69 in san francisco, 71 in mountain view, 73 in san jose. there's your extended forecast. we will become warm and warmer as we get into monday. monday looks to being the hottest day, mid-to upper 80s. and we have a few records that we could break and see new records set on that day. election day looking good, nothing to get in your way.
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and wednesday, we're changeing it once again. the pattern will change to cooler weather with the possibility of rain thursday and friday. i'll track that for you between now and then. i'll have a look the warmer temperatures coming up in a bit. stormer slugger mark mcgire will become a rifle for the giants. he has accepted and offer to be the new hitting coach for the los angeles dodgers. he's been the hitting coach for the cardinals the past three season but he wants to work closer to his family in orange county. the 49ers have a bye this week. they have sold enough tickets that that avoid a black crowd. and the niners have a bie. recovery efforts are underway on the east coast.
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but many victims of sandy still feel forgotten. a live report from new york city straight ahead. and oregon election worker is being accused of tampering with ballots and allegedly stole votes for her candidates.
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the aftermath of sandy is emotionally drawning for people. good morning. people in staten island, new york city's hardest hit bureau say they're being ignored and
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forgotten. we're live in staten island where more than 20 people were killed in the storm. we know we saw some frustrated residents there. are you seeing more boots on the ground and more help coming? >> reporter: you know, actually we are. and we're also seeing a lot of volunteers. they've been organizing themselves on social media and facebook. they're just coming out with their own shovels and tools and trying to do what they can. we're about 300 yards from the atlantic ocean. and there's pretty much not a home in this neighborhood that has the not been completely destroyed by hurricane sandy's storm surge. there's 169 dead here. it's getting really cold as well. dropping temperatures are an issue for people here. but there's been 169 damages and 22 on staten island. to a heart hit area. and now -- heart hit area. the secretary of the homeland security did tour the area with
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fema yesterday promising resources and new york's governor promising a hundred million dollars to hurricane sandy victims and also setting up fuel trucks, temporary fuel trucks deploying them all over the region to try to get gas to the people. we've had shortage issues and lines and a lot of gas stations been running out of gas. residents are very frustrated and pleading for help. [ no audio ] >> reporter: i'm not sure if you were able to hear that sound. but people are very frustrated and looking for information
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from fema. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> reporter: what is it that you're doing? you set up two stations that are handing out what? >> basically between the red cross, fema and the national guard itself, we set up distribution centers, one down the street and one at a near high school. and the big things that we're handing out are food, water, blankets and warm clothing. so the citizen cans go there to retrieve the items and register with fema. if they cannot get there, we bring the items to them. so we've been going through the eastern coast of staten island and bringing the items house to house. >> reporter: a lot of people decided to ride the storm out like hurricane irene what is the moved people that have been coming to you that been able to help. >> people are shocked and devastated and very thankful, not on lit national guard is here, but we had a huge group
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of people from red cross and fema coming down the streets helping them clean out their streets. >> reporter: a lot of residents and people been critical of the federal government. when you talk about tunnels and bridges and all sorts of road closures, you understand where they could be coming from. what do you have to say to residents that are frustrated right now? >> i can't begin to imagine what the people are going through. however, i do know that everyone sheer doing the most that they can -- here is doing the most that they can to bring the most that we can to the people. >> reporter: thank you very much. we'll get you get back to work.>> let me ask you one question. where are people staying. you talked about the dropping temperatures? where are they rideing this out? >> reporter: some of them said they're driving around looking for information or looking for
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food and water and watching the gas tank goes towards empty and wondering how they're going to get it hearing that information that the governor has got 8 million gases already here, he just made that announce, that is welcome news for them. because their cell phones are dying and don't have internet service, they're have to communicate the old-fashioned way with word of mouth that is frustrating for a lot of them. >> it's great it see the national guard there on site going door-to-door handing out the food, water and blankets, especially with the temperatures dropping in new york city. you're life for us in staten island. thank you. a 5.2 aftershock hit the feel philippines after an earthquake. it did not trigger a tsunami
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warning. state officials have released a map showing the areas of santa clara current that are most vulnerable to an earthquake. they say that the map areas shows a 30-mile section of the county where the soil could liquefy in a large quake. a jury is struggling to reach a verdict in the trial of a school principal charged with failing to report charges of sexual charges against a child. they say that the principal did not report the teacher. the she said that the teacher told her he was conducting a lesson about helen keller. >> it doesn't matter because the principal is absolutely personally trained to be accountable and report this, not depend on anyone else's
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opinion. >> teacher is now awaiting trial on charges of molesting five children and a civil lawsuit has been filed against the district on behalf of the child's family. there's a new campaign ad criticizing people on the ballot. that is the woman that videotaped the bruise that helped convict the sheriff of a domestic battery charge. she wants to help kick her out of the street because she voted to reenstate him as sheriff. >> she thinks it's akai to abuse your wife and still one a major law enforcement agency. >> this was part of a bigger agenda i think that is really about rolling back a lot of the advances that we made in the
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city. >> she used to be district five's supervisor. the ad is produced by sf women for accountability. there are more registered voters in california than there ever have been before. 950,000 have signed up since the last presidential election. officials say that the state's new on line voter registration system has played a big part. this does appear to be the lowest number of republicans since records have been represent. officials are encouraging people to drop
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their mail osama bin laden mail- in ballots in person. there are serious voter fraud. officials with the oregon department of justice said that a woman that works in the elections office is accused of tampering with the ballots. they believe that she made shreks on ballots that voters left blank to favor republican candidates and opinions. >> we're working to make sure that this person is held accountable and prosecuted to the fuelest extent. >> they say this is a first for oregon and they would not say how many boll lots may have been altered but this is now a criminal investigation. patchy fog and low clouds
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and high clouds today. the high clouds will be pushing out of the area. and the low clouds and the fog will be burning off and we have a good looking day in store for the afternoon. the warming trend begins today and will last for a few days. temperatures the temperatures warmed into the mid- and upper 60s. by this afternoon, mid-70s and then near 80 for sunday. a look at the satellite and radar, you see the high clouds overahead coming from a weak front that is passing over california. a few bits of rain fell over the northwest corner. but that is now fizzling out as well. and this will continue to push off to the southeast and behind it we will have mostly sunny skies. a ridge of high pressure building from the pacific bringing us the warmer weather and we're looking at the possibility of even breaking a record by monday. here the forecast into the morning hours. you see partly sunny to mostly cloudy for most of us. but as we get into the afternoon, a few high clouds in
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the forecast. we have more sunshine expected for the second half. and mid-50s san francisco and some of us a little chilly. >> 49 in fairfield and 48 in livermore. and 49 in san jose. and several degrees warmer than yesterday morning and most us are a few degrees above yesterday's numbers at this time. afternoon highs for today, several degrees above what we felt on friday. 76 in santa rosa. 72 in kent field and the east bay shoreline 71 and 70 in berkley mid-70s in the inland spots into the santa clara valley. we have a nice day. 74 in saratoga and santa cruz 74, mid-to upper 60s on the coast and partly cloudy skies this morning. partly cloudy remaining for the afternoon. the low 70s in redwood city. the extended forecast, the warming trend continuing. if you like the warmer weather,
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here it comes. we're talking mid-80s by monday. mostly sunny skies and look at the coast. it's going to be beach weather monday, tuesday and election day looking good. dry conditions and mild to warm weather. wednesday, we see the pattern begin to switch around and the offshore wind will be back and the clouds return and the temperatures begin to fall and thursday and friday, we're looking at possibility of rain. if you're traveling to the sierra for the weekend, i'll line up that forecast for you coming up. some people consider at the time best day of the year, daylight savings ends this weekend. and that means an extra hour of sleep for you overnight. it starts at 2:00 a.m. and that means you need to turn your clocks back an hour. and you're being advised to check on your smoke detectors and your carbon monoxide detectors. change the batteries and make sure they're working correctly.
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a texas couple celebrating 79 years of wedding bliss. >> he was a prize to get a hold of. they're high school sweethearts that tied the knot when she was 19 and he was 21. she is now 98 and ralph will turn 100 this month. >> are we in love? >> i guess that is what you call it. >> they still kiss good night but they're arthritis makes it difficult to hold hands. if you're getting a kiss every night that is nice ralph. there were shocked onlookers on the golden gate bridge. the reported attack on a ten- month-old puppy. there's a look at the east shoreway in berkley. we'll give you a notice about significant sig alert due to
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an overturned vehicle in oakland. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning. blue skies and a live look from
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lafayette this morning. temperatures will zoom. this man is abused of animal abuse on the golden gate bridge. witnesses reported seeing this man kick, drag and swing by the leash a ten-week-old puppy on the span thursday evening. and the dog was taken to an mall shelter with cuts and respiratory problems. he's in guarded condition. he is at the jail charged with felony cruelty to an animal. police are searching for a driver that hit a woman in a wheelchair and then left the scene of the accident. the woman was hit by a driver thursday afternoon in a mcdonald's parking lot. the driver stopped and spoke to the woman but did not stay. we're learning more about
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more allegations abousexual abuse at a school. she filed a lawsuit against the school district in september. this week the district filed its response accusing her of playing a role in her own abuse. >> i just kept reading the words over and over again that i was neglect and partially responsible. >> the superintendent released a statement saying that the district emed with her but could not waive any potential avenues of defense. there is a new standardized test. the switch to teaching for the test will give them a chance to slow down and have high level discussions with students about what they're learning. and the district previously used star assessments. about 400 educators attend a summit this week to learn more about the new standard. a new poll for governor brown's tax measure has dropped. the latest poll for prop 30 has
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sliped from 51% to 48% in favor and 38% opposed. walnut creek teachers stood on street corners yesterday urging supporters to vote for proposition 30. they will cut 11 days from the school year if it does not pass and republicans are saying the added tax revenue would go into the general fund not schools. >> we're talking about 11 fire days to go ahead and teach the math, science and language arts that is important for our students. >> my biggest concern is giving more money to the senators and the assembly people and have them spend it away. >> prop 30 would raise the state's sale tax and income tax on californians making $250,000 or more. supporters of the measure
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to require genetically modified food to be labeled will be in attar. supporters say that consumers should be able to choose whether to eat genetically modified foods and some opponents of the proposition 37 say that it is safe to eat. so additional labeling should not be required. if show, they say that the costs would be passed on to the consumer. hollywood director betty thomas said that production will begin next year and a movie about conservative radio host rush limbaugh. the casting choice is somebody surprising because he is an outstanding democrat. the meningitis outbreak linked to steroid shots continues to grow. more than 400 people have been infected and 29 have died. the outbreak of the fungal meningitis outbreak has been linked to three lots of a steroid injection made by a company in massachusetts. the shots were shipped to 23 states and officials have said
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up to 14,000 patients may have received the contaminated shots. california health department is warning people not to eat bulk house farms carrot chip because they could be contaminated with salmonella. they have announced they are voluntarily recalling 16-ounce backs of carrot chips with best if used by dates of november 17th to december 13th. should return them for a refund. there's a big crowd of people hanging outside a new micorsoft store for the grand opening in morning. and we're live outside that store. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's a festive atmosphere out here. this is the shopping mall. this crowd of people that you see lined up, this line snakes back and forth and there's a couple hundred people packed in here already. what they're here for is the grand opening of a new
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micorsoft store. but they're not here to buy anything in the store, actually. the big draw is that these people in line will get to go to a free concert with kelly clarkson. she's having a concert this afternoon and the first 2,000 people in line get to go to the concert and the first 100 people in line got wrist bands to meet the "american idol" season one winner. people were camping out overnight to be in line to get the wrist bands to go to the free concert. this is the concert setup that you're looking at that is not in the shopping center but in one of the parking lots across from t and seating for the concert opens up at 2:00. and that is when all of these people are waiting in line forever at 10:30, they'll start handing out ticks to the people in line -- out tickets to the people in line here. there are several hundred people in the village waiting for the concert to start. seating for the concert opens
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up at 2:00 and the concert starts at 4:00. san francisco's mission district was a awash in color and art and music for the mexican celebration. they attended colorful alters to mark the mexican holiday that dates back centuries. it also honored the departed. >> i love that people coming to the to make art in the name of someone they love to create something beautiful. >> the mexican holiday grew out of the traditional celebration, the all soul day. another celebration will be held today and start at 9:00 a.m. at the oakville funeral home in san jose. the warriors will be in los
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angeles at some point to take on the clippers. last night in the hope opener they introduced the players by having them run across a replica of the bay bridge. but the large crowd could not help them take down the grizzlies. they lost 104-94. they loss brandon rush who injured his right knee there going up for a dunk. and we'll find more once we get the results of that. an outpouring of support in san francisco. >> i can't complain t i'm overwhelmed. -- explain. i'm overwhelmed. san francisco is the best city in the world. >> how strangers helped this shoeshiner get back on his feet. beautiful weather this week. and i'll have the temperatures for your neighborhood coming up.
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city officials have removed the purple benches at harvey mill plaza in san francisco's district after complaints that somehow the benches encouraged public drunkenness. the benefit district made that decision this week. it will cost $18,000 to remove those benches the group paid $40,000 to install the benches in 2010. a shoe shiner is back in business after someone burned
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down his stand. larry moore has a new stand thanks to a donation from san francisco's recycling contractor. >> it's a wonderful city. people just come together to help people. it's like being part of a community here. >> rowdy baseball fans set the stand on fire after the giants world series victory. there have been no arrests but since the fire he's received more than $10,000 in donations. coming up on the 9:00 hour if you're just joining us, turn over to rose mary and see how much of a warm up we're expecting. >> it will be notable. you will feel it. 4 to 8 degrees from yesterday's highs starting with today. eventually we'll be anywhere from 5 to 15 degrees above the seasonal norm. if you're headed to tahoe, it's a good weekend to do so. a chilly start, below freezing. mid- to upper 20s as you start
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the morning. low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. meanwhile here at home, we are still at upper 40s, low 50s outside our door. partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy conditions. 71 for oakland, 69 in san francisco, 73 san jose. mid-70s in concord, your extended forecast, there's the warming trend with the biggest warm up expected on monday. looks to be the hottest day, maybe set a new record in some cases. we have election day. it's going to be nice, warm, sunny and dry. we will see a pattern change by wednesday. rain in our forecast coming our way by thursday into friday. meanwhile the temperatures outside a bit cool. more volunteers from the bay area are headed to the east coast, how they plan to help people hard hit by superstorm sandy.
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president obama dedicates his weekly address to those impacted by superstorm sandy, how local volunteers are helping with the recovery efforts. and a shooting leaves one person fighting for their life. what police say happened
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moments before shots were fire. hundreds of people camped out overnight for the grand opening of the new store. it's not the product in the store that brought out the crowds. we'll tell you what all these people are waiting for. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday november 3rd i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. it's starting to feel like summer out there rosemary orozco. >> i want to show e you the numbers. you can see for yourself. 9 degrees warmer in santa rosa. 5 degrees warmer san francisco. 4 in livermore, 6 san jose. temperatures are climbing and with l continue to climb through the weekend. we have to get through a cool morning. and i'll have a look the at those numbers as well. back to you. new this morning, more volunteers from the bay area
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are on their way to the east coast. officials tell ktvu that another 75 volunteers got on a plane at sacramento airport this morning. and they have been deployed to the areas hard hit by the storm. this morning's weekly address, president obama pledged to help storm victims rebuild no matter how long it takes. >> as president i promise them this, your country will be there for you for as long as it takes to recover and rebuild. >> the president toured hard hit areas in new jersey on wednesday and this morning he stopped at a headquarters of a federal emergency management agency for an update on the storm clean up before getting ready far full day of campaigning across the country. the white house is sending out top officials to new jersey, new york, and connecticut to check on response and recovery efforts. more new yorkers woke up to restored power.
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power companies say the number of customers without power dropped to 2.68 million. the governor of new york says about 80% of subway service has been restored now. the storm has left around 170 people dead worldwide. the new york city marathon is not going to go on as scheduled tomorrow. mayor michael bloomburg canceled that race yesterday after mounting criticism. and many who are still recovering are angry because they thought the race would drain resources that should be used to help with recovery efforts. >> i think it's a good decision. i'm much better off than most people. i don't have power, no generator, but my house is in tact. i'm not going to have power for a week or so. the resources that are used for the marathon. >> we are very angry. we spent thousands of dollars to bring our family here, pay for hotel rooms. it's not just one runner. they usually have a support group. so that coulds, two, three, four, in my case 7 people flew
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here. >> there will not be another new york city marathon until next year. >> are beer maker anheuser- busch are helping those impacted by sandy. they are putting fresh drinking water in millions of cans they are producing cases of water and some are on their way to distribution centers in new york and new jersey. they have donated more than 71 million cans of emergency drinking water following natural disasters. one person is in critical condition after a drive by shooting that injured three others. it happened in menlo park in the bell haven neighborhood. the victims were standing in front of a home when someone in a car open fired. the gunman was last seen driving away on ivy drive. >> two people were scene leaving the scene northbound on
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ivy,. >> police say at this time they do not have a motive for the shooting. >> the san jose police department is investigating a shooting overnight. a man with gunshot wounds was taken to good samaritan hospital around 1:30 this morning. he died from his injuries. a 20-year-old man is under arrest after suspicion of attacking a station official. investigators say the suspect devin riley punched and kicked a muni agent who tried to stop him from bringing a bike on the train. muni says it plans to install security cameras following yesterday's deaths inside a tunnel. a man was struck and killed on a light rail train while he was walking on the tracks near the montgomery station. it shut down service for 3 hours during the busy morning commute. the new cameras will be able to help watch for people walking
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on the tracks and they are going to be installed sometime next year. public safety officers are searching for a man who they say sexual assaulted a student on campus. he grabbed her while she was running on campus tuesday night. she was able to flag down a driver for help after the assault. anyone with information on the case is asked to contact the stanford department of public safety. nearly 2000 people are expected to gather at hp pavilion in san jose to say their final good-byes to a fallen chief. ktvu interviewed rob van we werer last year. he was investigated fire when he lost consciousness and determined, services are set to begin at 10:30 and are open to the public. good morning to you, happy
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saturday, giving you a live look over the bay area and the golds gate. we have high clouds overhead. a little bit of patchy fog out there. the patchy fog is going to burn away and we are going to be left with mostly sunny skies and warmer conditions for your saturday afternoon. it's a cool one out there. some of us still struggling in the 40s. redwood city 48 degrees, menlo park, upper 40s. and most of us now in the low to mid-50s. 50s around the bay. 55 in oakland. 55 san francisco, calm conditions and again, high clouds streaming overhead. here is your satellite radar, the high clouds coming from a weak system passing over a california. only bringing a few sprinkles to the northwest corner of california and those are fizzled out giving you a backed up view here. we have a ridge o of high pressure on the pacific. that's going to bring us warmer weather and eventually we're going to see temperatures soar
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above average. here's your forecast for today. partly sunny and mostly cloudy skies. we are dealing with mostly clear skies and the high clouds and patchy fog this morning. temperatures for this afternoon, 4 to 8 degrees above what we saw yesterday afternoon and perhaps a few new records by monday. afternoon highs for today, pleasant in most cases. 76 in santa rosa. 72 for san rafael, and maybe you're out enjoying a day of the dead festivities or we have science festivals going on for kids around the bay area. 71 for hayward this afternoon. 70 degrees for alameda and 73 san jose, 74 in santa cruz. a beautiful day at the board walk. mid to upper 60s. partly cloudy skies at the coast. it's a nice day for you. 72 in redwood city, mountain
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view 71 in the afternoon. the extended forecast, though, the heat up continues into sunday. monday we begin to slip a little bit o on election day, tuesday and then into the wednesday we'll notice the bigger pattern change. partly cloudy skies, the on shore breeze returns, a system out of the gulf of alaska will be dropping our way and bringing us the possibility of rain come thursday and friday. back to the desk. 909 and hundreds braving the weather of the opening of the microsoft store but it wasn't the store many people were waiting for. allie rasmus is there for why they are all lined up. >> reporter: i want to show you the line. excuse me for a minute. the line snakes all the way around. they have some dividers set up here. the line snakes all the way around in front of the gap store and around the corner o to -- around the corner to the
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industry of the village. the grand opening here is for a new microsoft store, but the store and the products inside, they're not the reason why all these people are in line. they're here for a free concert with kelly clarkson happening later today. it's being hosted by microsoft as part of their grand opening. check out what it looks like out here at the village of cordamadero they wanted to be among the first people to get into the concert. they're supposed to be allowing 2000 people into the concert, and the first 100 people in line got wristbands to meet kelly clarkson in person and it's happening at a stage set up across the parking lot at the mall. at 10:30 people will have to go inside the new microsoft store to pick up their tickets and i'm sure the hope is that they may pick up a few microsoft products when they're inside and then at 4:00 they're going to start opening up the concert
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venue for seating and the concert itself starts at 6. that's why all these people are in line. it's because of the new microsoft store but if you ask why they're really here, they're here for the free concert with kelly clarkson, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. long lines and fights continue as people on the east coast try to get gas. we'll tell you how the government is stepping in to help. plus it's time to pull out ethos nets, recreational crabbing season is here. and we want to give you a live look outside if possible. if not, we can take it another time. there it is, the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic light across the bay area with the exception of an image in oakland, we've had three accidents there. one sig alert. time is 9:# 1/2 1. -- time now is 9:11. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you, a live look from the estuary, partly cloudy, cool calm conditions, a warming trend beginning today and lasting through early next week. the federal government is buying gas line to get fuel to those in the northeast affected by the storm. the department of defense is setting up emergency mobile fuel stations to give t free gas around the new york metro
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area. new york governor an drew cuomo says 18 million atlantas have been delivered in new york and 20 million-gallons are on the way. new jersey governor chris christie has ordered gas rationing, called odd/even rationing. vehicles with license plates that end in even numbers can fill up on even numbers days of the month. odd numbers can go on the odd days. the plan is expected to work since only gas station workers can pump gas new jersey. if you haven't noticed you are paying a lot less at the pump. they hit record levels three weeks ago and now they are more than 60-cents cheaper and prices dropped another 3-cents overnight. in san francisco, it's 4.16. san jose, 3.98 and vallejo, 3.49 according to triple a.
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>> typically i spend $40 a day on gas. it's climbed down and given me room to breathe. >> and the young man you heard from, he has to cover the cost of gas for his pizza delivery job. and he commutes so he pays close attention to the prices. the governor of california took action to switch to the winter grade gasoline soonerrer to help gas prices. some car owners could be getting a refund after an investigation by the environmental protection agency found that about 900,000 cars over stated their gas mileage. the epa found inflated gas mileage on the high day elantras and tucson kia sportage and rio. they say the window mileage was overstated in 1/3 of cars. not only could that result in millions of dollars to car owners but also sages from the u.s. government.
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nurses plan to picket today in support o of nurses at santa rosa memorial hospital who are on a three day strike. they plan to hold an informational picket today. nurses in the st. joseph's health system are at odds on pay and on call regulations. that's going to happen at its meeting on monday. alameda county medical center would own and operate the hospital under this agreement but needs $6 million a year to do so. so the hospital is asking the city of san leandro. workers at super markets are working b but rallies management agreed to keep meeting with a federal mediator this morning. if there's no new contract by midnight, the workers plan on
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going on strike. we are learning more this morning about allegations o of sexual abuse at a ma raga middle school. cristin says two teachers molested her, she filed a district in september. this week they filed their response, accusing cunnane of playing a role in her own abuse. >> i just kept reading those words over and over again that i was negligent and partially responsible. >> the superintendent said the district ohm thighed with her but could not waive any avenues o of defense. and after complaints that they encouraged public drunkenness the district made the decision this week. it is going to cost $8000 to remove those benches. the group paid $40,000 to install them in 2010.
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amateur crabbers will be out setting traps this morning. recreational crab season is open in the bay area. they get a head start on the commercial crabbers who can't start for 12 days. reck national b -- recreational crabbers are limited to 6 per catch. giants fans have a chance to win world series prizes in a scavenger hunt this morning. they are hiding bats around san francisco and if you find one, you win. they will be posting clues on their facebook page. the first bat will be hidden at at&t park. you can meet angel pagan and get his autograph. if you're one of the first 250 people to buy giants gear when the store opens, pagan will sign it for you. tracking down on tigers,
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why they want to toughen the law and why they could be going after the parents of underage vandals. i'll have a look at the bay area weekend forecast coming up.
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it's a fire that burned 75,000 acres north of sacramento and now the public is going to get a look at the damage. they will be giving a public tour on november 14th of the chips fire which started in july in plymouth county. it forced several evacuations and took about a month to control. the u.s. forest service is considering removing trees that are dangerous. a mountain lion is roaming around the brentwood area. someone spot a cat on grant street and gregory lane on thursday. there is no word on any recent sightings in that area. the city of oakland is considering a plan to
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strengthen graffiti laws a proposal from nancy, and barbara parker would make graffiti vandalism a misdemeanor rather than an infraction and it would make parents liable for damages. businesses that are frequently vandalized would elible for money from a city clean up fund. carrot chips could be contaminated with salmonella. they are recalling bags of carrot chips of iuse by dates of november 12th and 14th. about 1500 bags were shipped. and customers with the affected products should return them for a refund. the meningitis outbreak continues to grow. more than 400 people have been infected and 29 people have died. the ongoing outbreak has been linked to three lots of a steroid injection by a company
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in massachusetts. they were shipped to 23 states and officials have said up to 14,000 patients may have received those contaminated shots. san jose state on the road. stanford in boulder. not a lot of college football in the bay area. we have an nfl game tomorrow, the raiders 1:00. couldn't ask for better weather tomorrow. it's going to be great out there. right about game time 71 degrees or so. mid-70s for the second half of the afternoon, if you'll be tailgating tomorrow morning, maybe a light layer and you'll be in great shape. temperatures are slowly warming. we have calm conditions, partly sunny skies. low 50s outside your door. mid-50s in napa and temperatures will continue to rise. these numbers anywhere from 2 to 5 degrees above what we saw yesterday. and we'll carry the trend into the afternoon. you can see a few pockets of
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maybe 70 degrees. and for the afternoon, several degrees above what we have felt yesterday afternoon. 76 for santa rosa. 71 in hayward, just an enjoyable forecast. 73 for san jose. at the coast, partly cloudy skies this morning, partly cloudy for the afternoon. 66 at pacifica. we have beach weather on the way by monday and tuesday, low 70s in the forecast. low to mid-80s in the forecast for our inland areas and we are expect to go tie or break a record in some spots. wednesday, once again, partly cloudy skies with cooler conditions and rain on the way for thursday and friday are. it's a holiday tradition, choosing the capital christmas tree and this comes from the white forest, it is a spruce and it is going to go on a ten city tour before it arrives in dc. it's amazing of all the trees on the white river national forest and in the blink of for them to pick one
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that's on our permitted area. >> the tree is scheduled to be lit in early december. environmentalists want homeowners to go green when they decorate for christmas. berkeley's rising sun energy center is offering led christmas lights for anyone who turns in their incandescent lights. a california grandmother has hit the jackpot winning $23 million and it's all thanks to some surveillance video of her daughter buying the winning ticket for her. >> she says i'm going to text you a picture and you tell me who it is. so i put my 9 9-cent glasses and it was sharlena and i thought she robbed a bank. >> lottery officials released the video as the deadline neared for claiming that prize.
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julia cervesa saw it on the news and recognized her daughter and remembered she had a lotto ticket in her glove compartment and claimed the prize. 9:26. people on the east coast continue to recover from superstorm sandy. >> everything's replaceable but people. >> how volunteers and the government are helping victims pick up the pieces. and new information on the chevron refinery fire, how long officials think it will be before production is up to full operation.
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a shooting in menlo park leaves one person fighting for their lives. good morning it is saturday november 30. a drive buy shooting in menlo park, it happened around 8:00 near the intersection of ivy drive and wind mere avenue. four people were shot. one in critical condition and the others are expected to live. a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of taking a muni agent. this is video o of the -- of the attack. the suspect devin reilly punched and had kicked a muni agent. and just about about hour
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the hp pavilion is expected to be packed with friends and family of a fire chief who passed away on the job. the services are set to begin at 10:30, about 2000 people are expected. police in san francisco are trying to figure out what led up to a deadly shooting in san francisco's bay view district overnight. it happened on men dell street around 10:30. they found a man who had been shot several times. the circumstances of that shooting are still under investigation. well, some recommendation leaders and residents of -- religious leaders and resident offense oakland are trying to stop a wave of violence. people talked to people how crime is affecting them and about what can be done to stop it. more than 100 people have been killed in oakland this year. and an antiviolence program has had some success in other cities. >> folks who may look like perpetrators or victims, we
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love those folks and we want to demonstrate our love by being out here with them. >> organizers say part of their effort will focus on bringing together african-american and will tee owe communities. a spool school -- latino communities. jurors appeared to be split over what constitutes reasonable suspicion. prosecutors say lynn did not contact police after students complained that her teacher blindfolded her, touched her inappropriately and put objects in her mouth. the teacher told her he was conducting a lesson about helen keller. >> it really doesn't matter because the principal is absolutely personally trained to be accountable and report this, not depend on anyone else's opinion. >> the teacher is awaiting trial on charges of molests 5 children. a civil lawsuit has been filed
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against the district on behalf of the child's family. a woman who played a key role in a case is starring in a new campaign criticizing one of his supporters. >> i'm voting for anyone on the ballot but christina alogi . >> that is ivory madison, who helped convict the sheriff of a domestic violence charge. he wants to help cut malagi out of his seat. >> christina alagi thinks it's okay to abuse your wife and run a major. >> i think part of the bigger agenda is about rolling back the advances we've made here in the city. >> the sheriff used to be district 5 supervisor. alagi was appointed after he
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was elected sheriff. ad is produced by accountability.com. ron says the -- chevron says the refinery should be back up in a year. it greatly reduced the capacity and contributed to a spike in gas prices on the west coast. as you may remember, smoke from that fire sent hundreds of people to the hospital complaining of respiratory problems. >> well, it its the final we could before next tuesday's election. today the president will be in ohio, wisconsin, iowa and virginia. they are planning a series of larger than usual events aimed at big crowds. famous names include former president bill clinton and entertainers dave matthews and bruce springsteen and jay z. there was political star
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power with romney, and during a stop in ohio he was joined by his wife, running mate paul ryan, and house speaker john boehner. >> accomplishing real change is not something i just talk about. it's something i've done. it's what i'm going to do when i'm president of the united states with your help. >> romney promised to cut spending. he warned there could be another government shut down if president obama is reelected. romney will stop in new hampshire, iowa and colorado today. there are more registered voters in california than they have ever been before. there are now 18.2 million registered voters. 950,000 have signed up since the last presidential election. the new online voter registration system played a big part in the increase. and there are fewer registered republicans in california, that has dropped to 29.3%. 39.4% of registered voters were
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listed as republican in 2008. this appears to be the lowest since records have been kept. solano county is encouraging 70,000 people to hand deliver the ballots instead of dropping them in the mailbox. they must be received by 8:00 p.m. tuesday. it is issued nearly 120,000 vote by mail ballots but have only received 50,000. much of the northeast is working on cleaning up and rebuilding following the devastating storm. pg&e workers from the bay area left to help this morning. and they're helping with food, water, and volunteers. and the efforts of one florida church. there's enough food here in the southern baptist convention warehouse to feed 5000 people. combine that a with the equipment and vendors volunteers plan to meet in new york city. >> 25,000 a day.
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>> 25,000 people up in new york right now will be fed through meals that are being loaded into this truck. that is a lot of people. >> that's a lot of cans of green beans. >> it's a lot of beans. >> it is, yes, ma'am. >> you may be surprised to learn that the southern baptist convention of churches is second only to the american red cross when it comes to providing disaster relief and here at the baptist conference center, volunteers are proud to do their work. they're packing up tonight and wave one will leave in the morning, a caravan of 10 to 15 vehicles. >> we roll into an area. we don't need cell phone coverage. we don't need fuel. we don't need electricity. we come ready to do that and stand alone. >> you seem kind of excited to explain this. >> i am. it's passion. there ain't enough money in the world to pay somebody to do this and you have to enjoy it. and i don't understand why somebody wouldn't want to help.
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>> the devastating pictures and stories we've seen seem to beg the same question. he's been doing this for years, the response will never be fast enough in natural disasters this large but volunteerism is key. >> without the volunteer organizations like the salvation army, red cross, we couldn't respond to any disasters in america. our government isn't big enough to help in things like this. >> every day i go out there and try to help somebody, and the blessings i get from it is outrageous. here at home, really hard to complain about our weather. we do have a warming trend in store for your week and a live look here at the golden gate. we have a water vessel moving through. i don't know much about the vessel so i'll stop right there. we have high clouds drifting overhead leaving us mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. a little bit of patchy fog, those are going to dissipate. we have a good looking forecast for you.
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55 degrees in napa. 55 in oakland. 55 in hayward. this is a bit of a repound. -- repound. low 50s in san jose. that's an improvement. we were about 48 degrees earlier this morning. so patchy fog, high clouds this morning. by the afternoon, soft sunshine with the high clouds beginning to thin out and the warming trend beginning. we have temperatures anywhere from 4 to 8 degrees above what we thought yesterday and sunday looks to be the warmer day. mostly sunny skies and 70s about what we're seeing for your weekend. maybe even a few 80s out there. here's the satellite view. you can see how the clouds roll over but continue to the south and east. this brought on by a weak front that is bringing few light showers to areas of northern california and really fizzling out at this point. a ridge of high pressure building in from the pacific. as it does, it's bringing the warming trend. as i roll you from the forecast, notice by the afternoon, the clouds out of
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here, just a few high thin clouds passing over the rest of the day. 70 degrees, a tad about the seasonal norm. 71 in oakland. mid-70s in danville, san jose, 73. 73 in santa clara. low 70s in sunnyvale. and 73 nor menlo park. 70 in san mateo. upper 60s in san francisco. nice day at the coast. mid-60s with a partly cloudy skies. temperatures at the coast in the low 70s by monday and into election day. inland areas it's going to become warm in some areas. we're talking mid-80s, perhaps even a few upper 80s in time for monday. we begin to see a bit of o break on tuesday. the on shore flow is going to return and i see the possibility of maybe rain coming our way thursday and friday. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up.
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a shoe shiner is back in business after someone burned down his stand during world series celebrations. larry moore has a new stand thanks to donations. workers put the stand together at the corner of market and new montgomery where moore has worked for the last six years. >> it is a wonderful city. people come together to help people. it's part of a community here. >> rowdy baseball fans set his stand on fire after the world series. since the fire moore has received more than $10,000 in donations. marc mcguire will become a division rival of the san francisco giants. he has accepted an offer to become the hitting coach for the los angeles dodgers. he's been the hitting coach for the cardinals but wants to live closer to his family. the team sold enough tickets for their game against the tampa bay bucs and it will air on tv. they gave the raiders an extra day to sell more tickets and
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avoid that local black out. you can watch the game on ktvu channel 2 at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. big changes coming to contra costa classrooms, how it will impact how kids learn and when it will all take effect. hundreds of people camped out overnight for the grand opening of a new store, but the people in line aren't in line to buy the products in that store. we'll tell you what brought the crowds this morning. and we head south to san mateo county. there's a live look at the san mateo bridge. no major problems going back and forth across that bridge. time now is 9:42. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you, a live look from san rafael, to fran, we have fair weather in the -- san francisco, we have fair weather in your forecast for the weekend. and happening right now, we want to take you o out to mentor ohio, there is the president campaigning in ohio. ofone of the swing states too close to call. he is heading out of that venue. he's going there today, and wisconsin, iowa and virginia. mr. romney is also going to be on the campaign trail today. he's going to stop in new hampshire, iowa and colorado today. also happening right now, hundreds of people brave the cool weather overnight for the opening of a new microsoft store, but it wasn't the store many people were waiting for. allie rasmus live this morning at the village with more on why folks were camping out. what's happening. >> reporter: that's right. it's not the store they're waiting for. it's the concert that the store is putting on as part of their grand opening. we're talking about the new
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microsoft store the at the village of cortomodera. it's several hundred people. the line snaked backing and forth in front of us and goes all the way back around the mall into that area you see back in the shadow where all that music is coming from. we'll show you what it looks like over there. what's going on is the grand opening of the new microsoft store, the third in the bay area. if you ask the people in line, the main reason they're here, most of them will tell you it's because later today microsoft is hosting a free concert. the first 100 people in line got wristbands and they will get to meet kelly clarkson and there's some die hard fans out here. some people take it very seriously. some of them got here as early as noon yesterday. we talked to the people who were first in line and they explained why they really wanted to be here. >> i had tickets to go see e kelly back in august, and my
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got diagnosed with leukemia in july, so he spent all of july in the hospital over at ucsf, and so we had to give up our tickets. i found out about this and said hey, you guys want to go. and here we are. >> and he was happy to tell us his son is doing much better and is going to be joining him at the concert later today. the actual concert venue isn't in the shopping mall. it's in the parking lot cross from the shopping center. you can see it's across the parking lot, just how far it is away from the line and all the people. at 10:30 they're going to start letting people into the brand new microsoft store. the hope is they will also stop and buy microsoft products as well but they'll be getting the tickets inside the store. at 4:00 they will open up seating and the concert starts at 6:00 tonight. state officials have released a map showing the
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areas of santa clara county most vulnerable to an earthquake. it shows a 30-mile section of the county where the soil could liqufy in an earthquake. there are no immediate reports from the quake that was 517- miles south of manila. the philippines located in a pacific ring of fire where earthquakes earthquakes and volcanic activity are common. san francisco, candles for the annual day of the dead celebration. those who attended created colorful designs to mark the mexican holiday that dates back century,ings a procession that wove through the streets of the mission also honored the departed and the celebration
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honoring dios disease de los losmortos. a transient is accused of animal abuse. witnesses report 23-year-old paul steven kick, drag, and swing by the leash, a 10 week old puppy on the span. the dog was taken to an animal shelter with cuts and respiratory problems. police in belmont searching for a driver who hit a woman in a wheelchair and left the scene of that accident. officers say the woman was hit by a driver entering the mcdonald's parking lot. the driver stopped and spoke to the woman but left before officers got there. she was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. the school districts are preparing for new standardized tests, the switch to teach r
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for the common corps standard tests will give them a chance to slow down and have high level discussions with students about what they are learning. they had previously used star assessments to measure progress in math and language arts. about 400 educators attended a summit in contra costa this week to learn more about the new standards. a new poll finds support for the governor's tax measure has dropped. the latest poll shows support for prop 30 has slipped to 48% in favor with 38% o -- opposed. walnut creek teaches stood on street corners urging voters to support prop 30. and if it does not pass, they will have to cut eleven days from the school calendar. republicans are urging voters to defeat the measure saying the added tax revenue would go into the general fund and not the schools. >> we're talking about eleven
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fewer days to teach the math, science, reading and language arts which is important for our students. >> my biggest concern is giving more money to the senators and having them just spend it away. >> prop 30 would raise the state sales tax and income tax on californians making $250,000 or more. supporters of a measure to labeled, will be in the bay area today: supporters say consumers should be able to choose whether to eat genetically modified foods. some proponents say they are safe to eat so additional labeling should be not required. if so they say the cost would be passed right onto the consumer. for the first time in nearly 20 years an east oakland community is getting a grocery store. the ground breaking ceremony
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was held for a new food co. it will bring 450 jobs to the area. there are plans for a cost for less and anna's linens to be built in the same shopping center. the first new out let center in california since 2001 is coming to the bay area. paragon out lets is holding its grand opening. the out let center will have 130 stores from high end designers, like amani. and sacs 5th avenue. daylight savings time is back. what you need to do before bed tonight and which way to turn the blocks. another notable warm up is coming your way for another weekend, and i'll have those numbers coming up.
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it is time for our saturday
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ticket give away, and today you have a vip package to see the counting crows in san francisco. go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word, color blind. some people consider it one of the best days o of the year, daylight weekend and that means another hour of sleep for you. fall back starts at 2:00 a.m. you'll need to turn back your clocks an hour and when you reset the clocks, change the smoke detector batteries and make sure they are working correctly. the golden state warriors will be in los angeles tonight taking on the clippers. last night in their home opener, the warriors ran across a replica of the bay bridge and the large crowd could not help them take down the memphis
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grizzlies, and there was a bigger loss, over brandon rush injuring his left knee going in for a www.. hecouldbeoutforawhile. , he could be out for a while. lakeisha smith had everything set up for her wedding, and her home was hardly livable and her wedding was four days and a hundred miles away at a time where flights were coming in and out of the new york area. >> it was unreel at the moment. we called american airlines, i'm getting married on friday, i need to get to orlando for wednesday. i'm the bride. >> no airline could get her there by friday, so she chartered a bus wither her fiance and more than a dozen others and left thursday morning and got to orlando with enough time to get married.
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>> good for them. 9:56. let's go right over to rosemary orozco for a last check of your weather. in a word, i would say nice. we have a little taste of summer coming our way. temperatures in the 50s at this hour. still a little cool. high clouds out there. they will eventually clear to just thin high clouds for the afternoon and mostly sunny skies. by lunchtime, low 60s at the o coast and 70 degrees inland and for the afternoon our numbers will be several degrees warmer than what we felt on friday. you should feel it anywhere from 4 to 8 degrees. widespread 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay. 74 in liver moore. 72 napa, and low 70s in oakland. and a gorgeous day to get outdoors and if you like it even warmer than this, it's on its way. we do fall back as we mentioned a moment ago during the overnight hours. tomorrow afternoon, even warmer, the warmest day still looks to be monday, election day tuesday, great weather, nothing to get in your way for
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you to to get out there and vote. partly cloudy skies on wednesday, and then i do see rain coming back our way by thursday and friday. >> and cooler temperatures. >> and cooler temperatures. >> it is fall. >> thanks rosemary orozco. that's our report this morning. thanks for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> and be sure to join us for a full day of college football. we're here at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. get outside everyone. have a fantastic saturday.
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